API Changelog

Uptrends' API will be improved and extended over time. We’ll add new endpoints and methods as needed for new functionality.

When adding new functionality, our goal is to stay backward-compatible. However, sometimes change is inevitable and a new version of the API may not be compatible with what you’ve coded and used so far. You should check the API changelog regularly to be on top of all changes and to act on changes when necessary.

If you are looking for the documentation of the API, please check out the articles in the category Uptrends' API.

Also, if you are interested in the changes to the Uptrends app, check out the general changelog.

February 2021

Breaking change announcement: sensitive values in multi-step API monitors

Our multi-step API monitor type allows you to execute multiple consecutive HTTP requests, where each new request uses one or more pieces of data retrieved from a previous request to perform its task. Often, one of the steps will involve submitting credentials to gain access to a particular resource. In the past, these credentials would be added as predefined variables to the monitor definition, and then marked as Sensitive.

To improve the security of how we handle such credentials, we’re going to be moving away from that setup. Instead, the credentials will be placed in the vault. With that change, the option to mark predefined variables as sensitive in multi-step API monitors becomes obsolete, and we will be removing it.

This will affect the way in which you can create or interact with multi-step API monitors through our API. Currently, the monitor definition for this monitor type will contain an array “PredefinedVariables”, where each of the individual variables has a true/false boolean “Sensitive”. In the near future, this boolean will be removed from the definition. If you wish to create or update an existing multi-step API monitor in your account through the Uptrends API, this field must no longer be included.

Change: renamed routing

For Uptrends APIv4 we have an inconsistent way of naming routes. In most cases singular is used, but plural on a few occasions. The route now contains only singular parts, e.g. /MonitorGroup/{monitorGroupGuid}/Member instead of /MonitorGroup/{monitorGroupGuid}/Members.

We still support the old routes for backwards compatibility.

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